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On Saturday, August 17, from 12 p.m. - 4 p.m., Jersey City Medical Center at Greenville (JCMC-Greenville) will hold its 2nd Annual Backpack of Health Wellness Fair at 1825 Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City. This family event will offer...

Jazz Italiano: Neapolitan Folk Jazz kicks off JCTC’s Voices: International Theater Festival

With its propensity for multi-genre series, Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) kicks off New Jersey’s first annual, international theater festival with Jazz Italiano, an intimate, black-box theater concert by IDR Italian Doc Remix, the internationally...

Jersey City expands CCTV camera system

Jersey City announced it has expanded its Closed Caption Television camera system, adding 58 new cameras for a total of 214 cameras citywide. These new high definition 5-megapixel cameras serve as a deterrent against crime...

United against crime

Residents and members of law enforcement gathered across the county to celebrate National Night Out Against Crime last Tuesday. The nationwide event promotes police-community partnerships and camaraderie in an effort to make communities safer. It was...

Guardians of the Gold Coast

The Jersey City Fire Department has a new weapon in its arsenal now that it has New Jersey's first three-stage pumper truck designed to combat high-rise fires. The new fire truck doubles the water pressure...

Jersey City to host veteran open house

Jersey City Mayor and Marine Corps Veteran Steven Fulop and the Office of Veterans Affairs announced a new partnership between Jersey City and American Legion Post 419 this week. To celebrate the centennial anniversary of...

Over half a billion dollars approved in new Jersey City budget

The Jersey City Council approved a nearly $599 million municipal budget in a 7-2 vote at a special council meeting on Monday, Aug. 5. Council President Rolando Lavarro and Ward E Councilman James Solomon voted...

Judge dismisses lawsuit against Jersey City over One Journal Square development

U.S. District Court Judge John Michael Vazquez has dismissed a lawsuit filed against  Jersey City which claimed the city breached agreements related to One Journal Square, and alleged that delays in allowing the project...

Homelessness rose in Hudson County this year

The results of Hudson County’s 2019 Point-in-Time Count are in. Each year, Monarch Housing Associates conducts a volunteer-driven, nationwide survey in which canvassers attempt to capture a complete census of New Jersey’s homeless population. Each...

Will the American Dream be a traffic nightmare for Secaucus?

The American Dream project, formerly known as Xanadu, towers above the Meadowlands of East Rutherford and can be seen from places as far away as North Bergen. Since it was first proposed in 2003,...
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